Rhinebeck Interact’s Nicaragua Project (Aired on August 29 & 30, 2015)

Jonah Triebwasser, Grace Steele, Morgan Rakow and Sarah O'Connell

(l-r) Jonah Triebwasser, Grace Steele, Morgan Rakow and Sarah O’Connell

RadioRotary interviews Rhinebeck Interact’s Grace Steele and Morgan Rakow, two of the 23 participants in the 2015 edition of that Interact Club’s “Nicaragua Project.” Interact is the high-school service organization sponsored by Rotary. Each year members of the Rhinebeck Interact Club, some adults (mostly Rhinebeck Rotarians), and some college students travel to the León department of Nicaragua where they work for a week on building and improving schools in impoverished rural villages. Under the supervision of a local foreman, the students bend rebar, mix cement, lay bricks, paint, and perform other basic construction tasks. Local workers continue the process. This is the second school that Rhinebeck Interact students have help build. Listen to these two enthusiastic girls tell about their work and their other Nicaraguan adventures.

Learn more:
Rhinebeck Interact
León, Nicaragua
Rotary Club of Rhinebeck
Interact Clubs

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August 29, 2015 · Posted in Humanitarian Service, International Programs, Youth